Please note that the country is under State of Emergency at present. One of the measures implemented by the Dominican Government is the mandatory rule to wear a face mask at all times when being outside your premises. In parts of the country, there is a nightly curfew in place. (DUE TO CHANGES – please see our info here).
These regulations are revised every couple of weeks to adapt to the changing situations. Please follow the news for updates.
REMEMBER: Restaurants, bars, tour operators and places to visit may currently operate on limited capacity and a limited time schedule only.
What to Do & See in and around SosuaLearn Spanish in Sosua near the beach: Besides your Spanish class remains plenty of free time to relax on the beach or participate in the various sport and outdoor activities. Thanks to their ideal location, Sosua and Cabarete offer you a wide range of things to do. The coral reefs near Sosua are the ideal place to go on scuba diving and snorkeling adventures; in Cabarete you will find world class wind- and kite surfing conditions.
What to do & see in and around Santo DomingoMusic and dance are at the heart of Dominican life. The school organizes dance courses of Merengue, Bachata, and Salsa and provides valuable insider tips to those eager to become better acquainted with the more traditional and original dancing spots. The IIC also organizes fun activities and short excursions together with the local students who learn German at the school.